I feel that I get enough worth out of Inoreader and am not yet ready to jump to a full IndieWeb Reader. I still prefer Inoreader to Feedly. Guess I will see.
This seems like a cool potential way of doing all sorts of things in the IndieWeb space for WordPress. I’m curious what it looks like from other perspectives. I’ll have to think this through a bit… In the end though, it still feels too much like individuals trying to solve problems that should be better handled by feed readers and the platforms.
I really like this idea John. I am going to have a think about how I could use this myself to then summarise for my newsletter.
I agree within the hope that the quality of replies from webmentions might be better. My concern with comments is that we are stuck in the past with what constitutes a ‘comment’. The only way to improve that is to write our own future one comment at a time.
As part of my summer holiday fun with WordPress I though I might create a ‘proper’ RSS feed for my microcast. There are quite a few podcast plugins that would do the job but I though it might be interesting to try a bit of DIY. Back when I started a class podcast at Radio Sandaig I used to creat...
Eek! Less than two weeks till back to school. Some prep arrived in post this morning.
That looks great. Going to have a look at that. Also Luikas’ work looks and sounds great. Definitely, going to buy the books too
I never knew such a thing existed.
John, for a second I thought you had gone all #IndieWeb and spun up David Shanske’s 2016 IndieWeb theme.
James Bridle explores the changes in the environment in New Dark Age. He discusses the melting of the caps and the ramifications this has on the rest of the world. What was of particular interest was the ramification for and of technology.